Hello! I am Willy Kamguia, and I am from Cameroon, Africa. I am nineteen years old, and I am part of the basketball varsity team here at Enderun Colleges. I enjoy going to school. It is a big opportunity for me to be here because Enderun has good ESL programs for its students. It has only been two months since I came to the Philippines, but I feel like I have been here for a long time. In the past, I just wanted to play basketball, but Enderun changed my perspective. Now, I know why studying is important.CONTINUE READING
Learning a new language has always been exciting for me. It is also tough and demanding because of the time it takes to improve. I am Tshiband Uzzan Jr from DR Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo) in Central Africa. The DR Congo is a French-speaking country; therefore French is my first language. I have come to the Philippines to take up my MBA. As a French speaker, learning English was needed.CONTINUE READING
Last March 28, students from the Blended Learning Program were treated to an event based on the hit American TV show, The Amazing Race. Each team had to complete a series of challenges related to their past English lessons to unlock physical challenges related to Philippine culture. Students had to answer short activities about grammar before moving on to their physical challenges linked to Filipino culture such as sipa (Game of kicking), trumpo (spinning top game), eating Balut (popular Filipino delicacy), and interviewing strangers around the vicinity about Philippine trivia.
Students from Korea, Japan, Libya, Palau, Yemen, Thailand, Finland and Vietnam participated in the said race. At the end of the event, the students were definitely challenged mentally and physically. Three teams emerged victorious out of eight teams.CONTINUE READING